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National Heritage Memorial Fund

Grants are available to community and public sector organisations in the UK for projects to protect nationally important heritage assets that are at risk due to the impact of coronavirus.

There are no minimum or maximum levels of grant. However, NHMF operates as a fund of last resort – applicants must show that they have explored, or are exploring, all other possible sources of funding, including their own resources.

Funding is intended to support any heritage asset which is of outstanding importance to the national heritage and at risk due to the impact of COVID-19, including:

  • Works of fine and decorative art.
  • Museum collections.
  • Archives.
  • Manuscripts.
  • Items of industrial, transport and maritime heritage.
  • Historic buildings and land.

Eligible costs and activities include:

  • Acquisition/purchase costs, including associated professional fees.
  • Transport costs, including conservation standard handling and packing for collections or heavy lift/transport costs for large items/historic vehicles.
  • Interim storage costs and investment in new permanent storage capacity.
  • Urgent conservation work necessary due to COVID-19 impact and investment to resolve maintenance backlog/deficit; collection care costs.
  • Condition surveys, cataloguing, management and conservation planning.
  • Professional fees, including legal and other fees to support asset transfer.
  • Ownership transition costs; fixed term support to enable sustainable rehoming of heritage asset.
  • Organisational development costs to support asset transfer; skills development/capacity building; business review and business planning support.
 Applications may be made at any time until the fund’s final closing date of 30 April 2023.

The first step is to submit an Expression of Interest.

Click here to find out more.  

Location: UK

Value: £10k+

Deadline: Open until fund closes in 2023

Date Added: 5 Jul 2021

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

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National Heritage Memorial Fund - FCS Associates

National Heritage Memorial Fund

Grants are available to community and public sector organisations in the UK for projects to protect nationally important heritage assets that are at risk due to the impact of coronavirus.

There are no minimum or maximum levels of grant. However, NHMF operates as a fund of last resort – applicants must show that they have explored, or are exploring, all other possible sources of funding, including their own resources.

Funding is intended to support any heritage asset which is of outstanding importance to the national heritage and at risk due to the impact of COVID-19, including:

  • Works of fine and decorative art.
  • Museum collections.
  • Archives.
  • Manuscripts.
  • Items of industrial, transport and maritime heritage.
  • Historic buildings and land.

Eligible costs and activities include:

  • Acquisition/purchase costs, including associated professional fees.
  • Transport costs, including conservation standard handling and packing for collections or heavy lift/transport costs for large items/historic vehicles.
  • Interim storage costs and investment in new permanent storage capacity.
  • Urgent conservation work necessary due to COVID-19 impact and investment to resolve maintenance backlog/deficit; collection care costs.
  • Condition surveys, cataloguing, management and conservation planning.
  • Professional fees, including legal and other fees to support asset transfer.
  • Ownership transition costs; fixed term support to enable sustainable rehoming of heritage asset.
  • Organisational development costs to support asset transfer; skills development/capacity building; business review and business planning support.
 Applications may be made at any time until the fund’s final closing date of 30 April 2023.

The first step is to submit an Expression of Interest.

Click here to find out more.  

Location: UK

Value: £10k+

Deadline: Open until fund closes in 2023

Date Added: 5 Jul 2021

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
National Heritage Memorial Fund - FCS Associates

National Heritage Memorial Fund

Grants are available to community and public sector organisations in the UK for projects to protect nationally important heritage assets that are at risk due to the impact of coronavirus.

There are no minimum or maximum levels of grant. However, NHMF operates as a fund of last resort – applicants must show that they have explored, or are exploring, all other possible sources of funding, including their own resources.

Funding is intended to support any heritage asset which is of outstanding importance to the national heritage and at risk due to the impact of COVID-19, including:

  • Works of fine and decorative art.
  • Museum collections.
  • Archives.
  • Manuscripts.
  • Items of industrial, transport and maritime heritage.
  • Historic buildings and land.

Eligible costs and activities include:

  • Acquisition/purchase costs, including associated professional fees.
  • Transport costs, including conservation standard handling and packing for collections or heavy lift/transport costs for large items/historic vehicles.
  • Interim storage costs and investment in new permanent storage capacity.
  • Urgent conservation work necessary due to COVID-19 impact and investment to resolve maintenance backlog/deficit; collection care costs.
  • Condition surveys, cataloguing, management and conservation planning.
  • Professional fees, including legal and other fees to support asset transfer.
  • Ownership transition costs; fixed term support to enable sustainable rehoming of heritage asset.
  • Organisational development costs to support asset transfer; skills development/capacity building; business review and business planning support.
 Applications may be made at any time until the fund’s final closing date of 30 April 2023.

The first step is to submit an Expression of Interest.

Click here to find out more.  

Location: UK

Value: £10k+

Deadline: Open until fund closes in 2023

Date Added: 5 Jul 2021

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants